Understanding Sustainability

Sustainability References



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Stone, Christopher D. 1974. Should Trees Have Standing? Toward Legal Rights for Natural Objects. W. Kaufman, Los Alton, California.

Stone, Dáithí A., Myles R. Allen, Peter A. Stott, Pardeep Pall, Seung-Ki Min, Toru Nozawa, and Seiji Yukimoto. 2009. "The Detection and Attribution of Human Influence on Climate." Annual Review of Environment and Resources 34:1-16. [abstract]

Stone, James. 2012. "The Political Economy of Sustainability: Competing Paradigms." The International Journal of Sustainability Policy and Practice 8(1):133-144. [video lecture]

Stone, Richard and Robert Koenig. 2001. "Collateral Damage." Science 294:766-768. [summary]

Stoney, Christopher and Robert Hilton. 2009. "Sustainable Cities: Canadian Reality or Urban Myth?" Commonwealth Journal of Local Governance 4(November):46-76. [PDF]

Stott, Peter A., D.A. Stone, and M.R. Allen. 2004. "Human Contribution to the European Heatwave of 2003." Nature 432(2 December):610-613. [PDF]

Stram, Bruce N. 2016. "Key challenges to expanding renewable energy." Energy Policy 96:728-734.

Strand, Linn B., Shilu Tong, Rosemary Aird, and David McRae. 2010. "Vulnerability of Eco-environmental Health to Climate Change: The Views of Government Stakeholders and Other Specialists in Queensland, Australia." BMC Public Health 10:441.

Strange, Susan. 1998. Mad Money: When Markets Outgrow Governments. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor. 

Strange, Tracey and Anne Bayley. 2008. Sustainable Development: Linking economy, society, environment. OECD, Paris. [PDF]

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